Competition

My Food Story

INFORMATION ON THE 2015 PHOTO COMPLETION COMING SOON…

How it works is that you send photos of your magnificent produce (e.g. your community garden, permaculture activity or its bounty) and dishes (e.g. scenes of cooking, sharing food or your creation). Add your reflections or make a wish. Submit an entry on Facebook, or on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #MyFoodStory. Entries close 26 October 2015.

Here is a tast of the 2014 competition

WIN OVER $900 OF FOOD-LOVER’S PRIZES in 2014…

Entries are now closed. Here are the finalists 2014 and the winners 2014 for 2014. Congratulations!

People sent through photos of their magnificent produce (e.g. their farm, garden or its bounty) and dishes (e.g. scenes of cooking, sharing food or their creation). Engries were submited on Facebook, or on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag #MyFoodStory. Entries closed 19 October 2014.


2014 categories

honey

BEST STORY
$150 Wakefield Press book voucher
Melbourne City Rooftop Honey test tube ‘stingers’ gift set and votive candle
30 min Mozzarella and Ricotta cheese making kit
500 Time-tested Home Remedies and the Science Behind Them by Linda B. White, M.D

Sponsored by Wakefield Press, Green Harvest, Green Living Australia and Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance

 

cheese

HIGH IMPACT
Five years’ membership to The Diggers Club
Bruny Island Cheese Co Tom and Oen cheese
30 min Mozzarella and Ricotta cheese making kit
Companion Planting in Australia and New Zealand by Jackie French
The Good Life Bread Book published by Earth Garden Books


Sponsored by The Digger’s Club, Green Harvest, Green Living Australia and Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance

picnic
MOST CREATIVE
$150 Home Make It voucher
Bundarra Berkshires French Picnic pack
30 min Mozzarella and Ricotta cheese making kit
Australian Plants for Year-round Colour by Angus Stewart
Organic Gardener Essential Guide published by the ABC
City Permaculture published by the Earth Garden Books

Sponsored by Home Make It, Green Harvest, Green Living Australia and Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance

Voting and winners

The best entries were judged with the criteria of impact, story and creativity – and wered added to the finalists; from this list, our judges decided the winners 2014.

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Images by last year’s winners, Pauline Mak and Bec Pollock

Wakefield Press Home Make It The Diggers Club Green Living Australia Green Harvest Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance